Project results

PR1 - State of the art on Museums as Inclusive Spaces for Health and Wellbeing promotion

The aim of the output is to generate a common knowledge ground and a source of inspiration, to enable exchanges and collaboration between interested parties on the issue of Museums as Inclusive Spaces for Health and Wellbeing promotion. On one hand, it will encourage the adoption of best practices for the universities and the museums involved in the project. On the other hand it is also expected to have an impact on national approaches, as different examples from several member states will show-case a variety of possibilities and measures of social integration.

MAIN LEADER: UNIMORE

Desk research on the use of Museums as Inclusive Spaces and Learning contexts for Health and Wellbeing development

UNIMORE & HÁSKÓLI ÍSLANDS

Investigation on inclusive and customized didactic and teaching practices for people with health problems

UNIMORE & UAB

Identification of the disadvantaged groups for which Museums may promote Health and wellbeing

UNIMORE & INTER ALIA

Catalogue of Best practices of initiatives and actions to transform Museums into Inclusive Spaces

UNIMORE & ZÈTEMA + ICS

PR2 - Handbook on the use of technology for inclusive educational activities in museum context

The main purpose of the output is to produce a shared “white paper” which includes the most suitable technologies for the creation of inclusive museum itineraries. The concept of inclusion refers to the problems related to motor, intellectual and cultural difficulties of museum users: in fact, technology can play a fundamental role in the creation of museum itineraries and educational activities that make the visitor’s cultural experience effective, as far as skills and knowledge development are concerned.

MAIN LEADER: ZÈTEMA & UNIMORE

Investigation on the use of technology to support the development of visitor’s cross sectional skills and wellbeing

ZÈTEMA & INTER ALIA

Analysis of best practices in the use of technologies for museum accessibility

ZÈTEMA & UNED

Short report on evaluation and assessment of museum-based activities for health and wellbeing development through technology

ZÈTEMA & UNIMORE

PR3 - Design of the Pilot-courses to train future museum professionals, social care givers, school teachers and healthcare personnel into the idea of Museums as Inclusive Spaces

University teachers together with museum professionals will design one or more pilot-courses to be included in Masters/Post graduate courses in the field of education, social care and medical sciences. The idea is to develop key competences for the implementation of laboratories, workshops and other initiatives ( drawn from the best practices of PR 1 and 2) in the Museums to exploit its potential of inclusive space, health and wellbeing promotion.

MAIN LEADER: HÁSKÓLI ÍSLANDS

Identification of teachers and trainers

HÁSKÓLI ÍSLANDS

Identification of the key competences to be developed for future museum professionals, social care givers, school teachers and healthcare personnel

HÁSKÓLI ÍSLANDS & ZÈTEMA + UNED

Design of the course curriculum for Inclusive Museums for Health and Wellbeing promotion

HÁSKÓLI ÍSLANDS & UNED + UAB

PR4 - Pilot and Blended course delivery and e-content production for digital inclusion

During two semesters, Masters/ Post graduate course students will attend one or more of the pilot-courses, designed with a blended-methodology including different digital tools and learning resources (webinars, OERs, recorded lectures, enriched e-books, mobile apps, etc) for Health and Wellbeing promotion within people with health problems. Content: museums as inclusive spaces digitally enriched, key transversal competences, development of active citizenship, audience development, social integration, use of ICT in formal and non formal contexts.

MAIN LEADER: UNED

Pilot Course delivery

UNED

Design, preparation and implementation of Workshops and Labs for people with health problems aimed at Wellbeing and Health promotion

UNED & UNIMORE

Design and implementation of a video storytelling on the pilot experience

UNED & HÁSKÓLI ÍSLANDS

Handbook for the replicability of the experience

UNED & ZÈTEMA

PR5 - Inclusive Memory: MOOC course on developing key competences to exploit the potential of Museums as inclusive spaces

The main objectives of IM OER and IM MOOC are – to develop pedagogical competencies, skills and attitudes in the context of Museum education and social inclusion; – to develop key competences such as ICT skills, critical thinking skills and citizenship skills; – to promote and support the interaction with museums and disadvantaged people, with specific learning activities for Health and Wellbeing promotion.

MAIN LEADER: UAB

Guidelines for designing OER

UAB

OER design

UAB

MOOC design

UAB

Dissemination

UAB

PR6 - Creation of inclusive paths into the museum for people with health problems

This project result is aimed to realize inclusive paths into the museums for visitors with health problems. The inclusive paths could be workshops for all visitors of the museum in order to enjoy its cultural property both in real and virtual contexts. Innovative and original programs will be implemented to include those who are marginalised, by using technological and advanced tools never adopted before (e.g. eye tracking). This inclusive paths are intended to foster a reflection on certain subjects, in particular on immigrants and refugees, and on the connection between historical and personal facts, between the historical time and the experimented time, using online tools such as ePortfolio.

MAIN LEADER: INTERALIA

Design the IM paths for Health and Wellbeing promotion

INTER ALIA & UNED

Erogate the IM paths for Health and Wellbeing promotion

INTER ALIA & UAB

Assess the efficacy of the paths in terms of skills, wellbeing and health development within participants

INTER ALIA & UNIMORE

PR7 - Development of assessment tools

The aim of this output is to produce innovative assessment tools to assess 1. transversal competencies of the people involved in the training courses, especially in terms of the 4Cs (Creativity, Critical Thinking, Collaboration and Communication) 2. transversal competencies, Health and wellbeing promotion of the people involved in the inclusive paths in the museums. target experience in the museums and their level of social inclusions.

MAIN LEADER: UNIMORE

Develop assessment tools for the evaluation of the pilot phase, also in terms of key skills development within participants

UMIMORE & HÁSKÓLI ÍSLANDS

Develop assessment tools for museum-based activities, workshops and labs in terms of social inclusion, Health and Wellbeing promotion within participants

UNIMORE & UNED

Assessment for MOOC type of course delivery and for the development of key developed competences

UNIMORE & UAB

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DISCLAIMER

The creation of these resources has been funded by the ERASMUS+ grant program of the European Union under grant no. 2021-1-IT02-KA220-HED-000031991 . Neither the European Commission nor the project’s national funding agency are responsible for the content or liable for any losses or damage resulting of the use of these resources.​

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David Guralnick

David Guralnick holds a Ph.D. from Northwestern University, where his work synthesized concepts from the fields of computer science and artificial intelligence, instructional design, and cognitive psychology. His work synthesizes concepts from several fields with the goal of using new technology to create immersive experiences that reimagine education and training. Over the past 30 years, he has designed and evaluated a variety of simulation-based training applications, performance support systems, online courses, mobile applications, and authoring tools for corporate, non-profit, and university audiences.
 
Dr. Guralnick is President and CEO of New York-based Kaleidoscope Learning; President of the International E-Learning Association (IELA) and founding chair of the International E-Learning Awards program; an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University; a regular keynote speaker at international conferences; founder and chair of The Learning Ideas Conference, (formerly the International Conference on E-Learning in the Workplace (ICELW)); Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal on Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC); and was founding chair of the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD)’s New York E-learning Special Interest Group.  His work has been featured in Wired magazine, Trainingmagazine (as an Editor’s Choice), and the Wall Street Journal, and he is the recipient of numerous e-learning design awards.